Apex Legends is a brand new free to play battle royale shooter by Respawn Entertainment. The makers of the Titanfall franchise pulled this rabbit out of the hat last week, and the game has soared in popularity. It hit 10 million players in just 72 hours, which should give Fortnite and PUBG something to think about in the long term. The game lets you play as heroes called Legends, each with their own unique skills, abilities and personalities. Therefore, here’s our take on which are the best to play. #1 Lifeline Simply put, Lifeline is probably the best and most popular Legend in Apex Legends. She’s a healer and support class first and foremost, which means every squad must have one. And for squads that don’t, you’re just making it harder for yourselves. Lifeline’s key abilities includes reviving teammates 25% faster and can place a barrier while doing so. This is a key component that should be leveraged as downed players can be finished off and then … [Read more...] about Top 5 Best Apex Legends Heroes Ranked
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With King Arthur, we have our first “mortal man” in the Battleground of the Gods. Guan Yu doesn’t really count, since he’s revered as a God, and considered a mark of good fortune to have Guan Yu in your place of business. He’s definitely something unique in the world of SMITE, and is the first member of the Arthurian Pantheon, with Merlin waiting in the wings. He is the Wielder of Excalibur, and he can do so many things with his absolutely bonkers moveset. There is something I’m going to go into a little more detail below, but there is one thing I absolutely, positively loathe about King Arthur – Why is he forced into Smart Cast? I don’t play with it, and I waste so many ability casts because I’m so used to being able to line up a shot before I drop it. Sure, I’m ultra casual, being Gold (at best) in Ranked Conquest. But I’m positive that I can’t be the only one who feels this way. King Arthur is an interesting … [Read more...] about SMITE God Review – King Arthur, Once and Future King
Picking a class in WoW can be a daunting task. There are many considerations to be had when choosing your main, such as raw damage numbers, raid and dungeon utility and how much you personally enjoy the rotation. And while no one can tell you which class you personally enjoy playing, what I can help you with are the raw damage numbers and how valuable your raid utility might be. With that in mind, I decided to rank the top 5 best DPS classes for Battle for Azeroth Raids. Before getting on to the list, I’d like to point out that I’m not a super hardcore raider but me and my guildies did manage to get the coveted Cutting Edge: Argus The Unmaker achievement, and I had a pretty decent mythic plus score in legion. 1. Warlock Warlock was the undisputed king of Legion and while it did saw some nerfs in BFA it still remains a very strong class for raiding. Currently affliction warlock is sitting pretty at the top end of the simulation charts both in low pre-raid ilvl … [Read more...] about Top 5 Best DPS Classes for Battle for Azeroth Raids
The Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO) Expansions Ranked From Best to Worst The Lord of the Rings Online aka LOTRO is a classic MMORPG based on Tolkien’s trilogy. The game follows the books closely rather than PJ’s movies, which is great for fans of the lore. Now in its 11th year, LOTRO has seen numerous expansion releases. Each for their time added new content and features that enhanced the game. Other times, some tweaks were not well received by players. This resulted in players leaving for greener pastures or taking breaks. And since the Mordor expansion is on sale right now for 30% off, we’re ranking all LOTRO expansions. 1. Mines of Moria The Good: Size, Instances, Atmosphere, LI System, Revamped The Bad: LI System, Lighting, Gets old after taking 6+ characters through Thoughts: MoM is my favorite expansion in Lotro. Taking my main character through Moria the first time was an awe-inspiring experience, filled with exploration, great questing stories, a … [Read more...] about The Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO) Expansions Ranked From Best to Worst
“Read and write four to six hours a day. If you cannot find the time for that, you can’t expect to become a good writer.” In his book on writing, horror novelist Stephen King advised that any serious writer should spend four to six hours a day doing some mixture of both reading and writing to hone their craft and become good at what they do. As you may imagine, this can be incredibly difficult for people who don’t have the luxury of just sitting around doing both hobbies for a large chunk of the day. I, for one, have two jobs, four kids, a wife, and other interests and activities. So should I just not write? Am I doomed to mediocrity? I understand the spirit of what King is saying — mainly that it’s important to train in reading and writing to become better, and you can’t do this in tiny measures — but I don’t fully embrace it, either. You do what you can do. I don’t often get as much time to read every day as I might like, … [Read more...] about Novel: How long should a book be?